Business

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PLAN COMMIT WIN: 90 Days to Creating a Fundable Startup

Rating: 3.6
A ‘been there, done that’ take on the American Dream, Patrick Henry’s PLAN COMMIT WIN is a targeted book on creating a fundable startup plan in no more than three months.
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STRETCH FOR CHANGE

Rating: 5
Gustavo Razzetti's STRETCH FOR CHANGE offers practical advice of how to deal with life in our pinball-like age.
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BABY BOOMER ENTREPRENEUR

Rating: 4
BABY BOOMER ENTREPRENEUR gives the reader strategies on how to achieve financial independence that, unfortunately in books of this type, can only be validated by practicing them.
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TRUTH & DARE: INSIDE OUT MARKETING

Rating: 3.5
Marketers are encouraged to focus on their company’s purpose before investing time and money in promoting products or services in TRUTH & DARE: INSIDE OUT MARKETING.
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THE LAST UP: A Curious Tale About the Future of Sales

Rating: 4.5
A car salesman, facing trouble in both his personal and professional life, finds a time portal and gets advice from his dealership's wise founder.
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Death by HR: How Affirmative Action Cripples Organizations

Rating: 5
An intelligent and exhaustive examination of labor regulations and their negative effect on employment practices is the main topic addressed in DEATH BY HR: HOW AFFIRMATIVE ACTION CRIPPLES ORGANIZATIONS.
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Practical solutions to technical problems in: IT AIN'T ROCKET SCIENCE

Rating: 5
A no-nonsense approach to solving IT problems turns out to be easier than anyone in the business sector could possibly imagine.
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Advice applicable to any career mixed with a dash of memoir in: FROM RECEPTIONIST TO BOSS

Rating: 4
Nicole Smartt offers plenty of lessons on how to get ahead in your career no matter your field, pulling from both her own observations and the lives of others.
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Everyone can learn to effectively practice speed networking with information in NETWORKING KARMA

Rating: 5
With the help of nearly a dozen contributing experts in networking, career counselor and self-described introvert Tolstoi-Miller provides an easy-to-read and clearly expressed insider’s guide to quick and comfortable communication with potential business prospects through speed networking events.
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Becoming debt free in: DEBT CLEANSE

Rating: 3.5
A unique perspective to breaking down the process debtors should take to become debt free.
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SUCCESS THROUGH SUPER SYSTEMS: A single dynamic to steer you through your life’s decisions

Rating: 2.5
Written by a veteran management consultant, SUCCESS THROUGH SUPER SYSTEMS sets out to explain how having a clear understanding of the systems in which we take part “can help us to be effective in whatever role we play in our lives.”
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Madness, Miracles, Millions

Rating: 2.5
This faith-based memoir highlights how the Semprevivo family overcame obstacles to create, own, and operate a multi-million-dollar, sugar-free cookie company.
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Inside the Founding of Newsweek

Rating: 4.5
Granddaughter Anne Alexander has pieced together her grandfather's drafts and notes on his experiences as the initial founder of Newsweek magazine.
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The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users - Engaging, entertaining and practical advice on boosting online presence.

Rating: 5
THE ART OF SOCIAL MEDIA: POWER TIPS FOR POWER USERS is a comprehensive tool for both beginners and veteran users of social media.
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A Good Financial Advisor Will Tell You

Rating: 4
Intended for affluent investors who’ve graduated from the Suze Orman-like ABCs of financial acumen and are searching for something more in-depth; this is a plain-speaking, straight-shooting collection of retirement investing guidelines.
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Red Hot Internet Marketing

Rating: 4
This easy-to-read book on how to market yourself or your product online offers guidance to the marketing newbie, with plenty of resources listed for more in-depth help for later on.
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Change Management In The Real World

Rating: 3
Change is inevitable. On that, we can rely and agree. The question, in business as in life, becomes how best to manage change to insure our future success, rather than our demise. The Holy Grail, according to author Kevin Rohan, is change management.
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The Social Executive

Rating: 3.5
THE SOCIAL EXECUTIVE is essentially a vigorous presentation, in short book form, aimed at convincing executives that they need to take advantage of social media opportunities now, or be reduced to irrelevancy.
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Connected To Goodness

Rating: 3
This is an exhausting yet energizing tale of one man empowered. Attorney-sports marketer David Meltzer tells a good story – his, primarily, of the rags to riches to rags to riches kind, underscored by his dedication to what he calls connected to goodness.
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Compass

Rating: 5
Geared to an audience of organization leaders and consultants, Author William F. Brandt, Jr. has mapped the way to creating an organization that drives focus, motivation and success in a company.
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What Happens In Vegas Stays On Youtube

Rating: 3.5
This rulebook offers guidance for participating in social media effectively without destroying your reputation.
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Got A Bad Boss?

Rating: 3
There’s an endemic of bad bosses in the workplace, no question. And Dr. Nelson’s tips on how to handle the seven different manager types is spot on.
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The Rooster’s Crow

Rating: 4
THE ROOSTER’S CROW strives to provide inspiration and helpful information for fledgling entrepreneurs. According to author Mark Naggar, the world needs more entrepreneurs to help boost the economy.
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Managers, Martians & Monsters

Rating: 3.5
Through the analysis of seven classic thrillers from the 1930s through the 1950s, this book reveals various monsters lurking in the workplace. Some films serve as more logical launching points than others, but all make entertaining introductions to each chapter.